When the makeup gods created the beauty world they also created matte which is kinda the equivalent of Hell on many levels. The makeup gods figured that creating velvety shades of color that blended easily should rightfully have an equally bad formula which didn’t blend so great, had awful shades such as taupe and nude brown. Thus matte came to exist because good can never exist without evil.
Oh, and afterward, the makeup gods had to rest because they tried blending with mattes and it exhausted the hell out of them that’s actually when Sunday came to exist but that’s a story for another day.
Lancome Color Design Matte Lipstick was recently introduced…
And boy was I worried. Matte lipstick is almost as scary as matte eyeshadow.
Need a little extra moisture in your life? A hydrating mask could help. I’ve tried some really outstanding ones from Asia that really deliver on the moisture promise.
The most recent I tried is the cheap as chips Shills Hydrating Nutrient Mask.
I follow DuWop almost as closely as I follow theBalm. I love the brand with all my heart and love to see what they’ll introduce next!
DuWop Fall Collection 2010 is quietly sneaking onto Sephora.
I know, I know, I know….
You hate celeb fragrances!
Totally can relate. I’m not super keen on them myself but on occasion I honestly don’t mind, hello Harajuku Lovers! Now I gotta say Mariah Carey kinda irks me for some reason or another, so NOT a fan, but when I seen the new Mariah Carey Lollipop Bling Perfumes I noticed my ear cocked up and my nose began to twitch. I needed to know more about these and my nose definitely needed a little sniffle. I mean lollipop? That’s so very ME! I love sweet, candy scents!
Recently I decided to rekindle my romance with Miss Dior Cherie (I have a love/hate relationship with it) and took myself off to Macy’s to get a new bottle. As I was browsing I heard a squeal and turned to see my friend Jai madly misting himself madly with a bright bottle. Yup, you guessed it, Lollipop Bling fragrances were being misted around crazily. Needless to say I only casually sniffed the bottles and didn’t get as crazy as Jai did since I didn’t want to dish out $35 each (yo, pokemon crazy collector disease) after shelling out $100 for my bottle of Cherie. I wish I had paid more attention because my initial reaction to the scent wasn’t particularly “OMG I need these” and I can’t really go by Jai’s reaction because he’s Mariah’s fan girl.
Now after browsing online I kinda wanna take a closer look and smell but I do admit one thing annoys me….
Ahhhh Smashbox evokes the spirit of Fall 2007 when Givenchy Cache Cache Eye Palette released but let me tell you the spirit of Fall 2010 is WAY kinder in price, size, and formula than it was back in 2007.
Smashbox Masquerade Eye Shadow Palette should appeal to those looking for an exotic, smoky, Fall eye look this upcoming season.